Brexit - how it affects you
We need a volunteer to act as Assistant Treasurer
We need a volunteer to help run our Human Resources function
Our Annual Report for 2015 is viewable as a flipbook and is also available as a PDF download
People who are deaf, deafened, hard of hearing or speech impaired now have the option to contact us by text message via mobile phone: 07781 470632
Student budgeting and money management courses - With the support of National Counties Building Society we have developed a series of courses to help teach students the art of budgeting
We need a Trustee with fundraising expertise to take the lead role on the Board for strategy on raising funds
Would you like us to call you? Use our online service to request a call from one of our staff - see http://www.epsomewellcab.org.uk/contact.asp
We have updated our "Phone us" page to include guidance on what to include in voicemail messages. We do listen to voicemails and we do call back
Healthy Eating on a Budget: Eating healthily doesn't mean you have to spend lots of money on food. Here are some tips for eating a healthy and balanced diet without breaking the budget
Welfare Benefits Reform - a guide
Faced with home repossession proceedings?
Press Release - Epsom & Ewell CAB needs donations to support its work with those caught in a spiral of debt.
Epsom and Ewell CAB warns about payday loans (press release)
Raise money for our CAB when you shop online at no additional cost to you - Give as You Live
Enter our Unity Lottery- you could win up to £25,000
We run an evening drop-in session every Tuesday
Epsom and Ewell CAB has successfully passed its Membership Audit with the National Association of Citizens Advice Bureaux. We achieved compliance with the Community Legal Service standard for the Advice Quality Standard with Casework in Debt and Welfare Benefits.
- We have a vacancy for a part time Mental Health Outreach Caseworker. Downloads:
You can call us on   01372 237000 (the best time to call is between 10:00 AM and 2:00 PM on weekdays. If you are deaf, deafened, hard of hearing or speech impaired you can contact us by text message to arrange an appointment: 07781 470632
We offer advice on a wide range of subjects covering: your money; your family; your daily life; and your rights.
You can get advice in several ways including: personal consultation; phone; and online.
We are partially funded by the Borough Council, but this does not cover all of our costs. We rely on donations and fundraising.
Volunteers are the lifeblood of our service. We are always looking for volunteer advisers and people to help run our office.